A WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION.
A TRIAL OP STRENGTH. ' [From Otjb Parliamentary Repoktkk.] WELLINGTON, October 28. In the House this afternoon Mr Rollesto>J said that he proposed to move an amendment irrespective of party, and ac:ordii.g ! y moved an amendment affirming that " me. position of Ministers on large syndicates and companies is in conflict with the principles which should direat the administration of public affairs." Mr Massey seconded the amendment. The Premier said that the Government accepted the amendment as one of no confidence in the Government. 'Mr Fisher wa3 addressing the House at 4 30.
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A WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION., Evening Star, Issue 10456, 28 October 1897
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